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“Timberdoodle” Continues to Dwindle in Ontario

“Timberdoodle” Continues to Dwindle in Ontario

By Kathy Jones, Ontario Volunteer Coordinator, Bird Studies Canada American Woodcock Photo: Christian Artuso The 2018 American Woodcock Population Status Report is now available. You can download it at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife website. (Note: “Timberdoodle” is a...
Four Ways you can Help Birds This Summer

Four Ways you can Help Birds This Summer

American Goldfinch Photo: ksblack99 This summer, people have been reaching out to our staff at Bird Studies Canada with questions, concerns, and ideas about helping birds. It’s always great to hear from those who are eager to make a difference! If you’re reading this,...
Beachcombing for Valuable Wildlife Data in Québec

Beachcombing for Valuable Wildlife Data in Québec

By Andrew P. Coughlan, Québec Program Manager, Bird Studies Canada Andrew Coughlan Photo: Julie Morrissette In late July, I will be joining forces with an exceptional team of volunteers with Bird Studies Canada’s Québec Beached Bird Survey. This long-term program is...
The Rick Mercer Report Features Birds Canada

The Rick Mercer Report Features Birds Canada

by Elaine Secord & Jody Allair Rick Mercer interviewing Jody Allair Photo: Elaine Secord The Long Point region, in Norfolk County in southwestern Ontario, is home to the national headquarters of Birds Canada. Long Point is one of our country’s greatest...